Changes To VISD administrative staff announced
VICTORIA, Texas — A press release from Shawna Currie, Director of Communications for Victoria Independent School District, announces new changes to VISD administrative staff.
Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Gregory Bonewald, Ed.D. will be moving into the position of Deputy Superintendent of Operations, according to an announcement today by Superintendent Quintin Shepherd.
His responsibilities will include overseeing Administration, Human Resources, Budget and Finance, and Athletics.
In his fifth year as an Assistant Superintendent for Victoria ISD, Dr. Bonewald served as a high school principal in Wimberley, prior to coming to VISD. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University, a Master of Education in Administration from Texas State University, and earned his Doctor of Education from the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Bonewald serves as a leader of the Efficiency & Resource Management Task Force. This group was tasked by the Superintendent to audit and review current efficiency and resource processes to identify opportunities for streamlining and enhancing in an effort maximize effectiveness within the district.
As Deputy Superintendent of Operations, he will continue the efforts of the task force to implement the district’s strategic plan, while maintaining a focus on student learning and being fiscally responsible to tax payers. Some long-range projects will include technology improvements and fleet replacement plans.
Dr. Shepherd also announced Clark Motley as the new Executive Director of Human Resources. Mr. Motley has more than a decade of administrative experience in VISD, most recently overseeing Victoria East High School as Principal since 2016.
Mr. Motley will continue the excellent work of the Human Resources department to recruit highly qualified staff and reduce teacher turnover. Dr. Shepherd said administration will soon work to fill the vacancy in the principal position at Victoria East High School.
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